Cesiomaggiore stands on the ancient route of the Roman military road Via Claudia Augusta, which connected the Adriatic with the Danube and which today can be traveled on foot or by mountain bike thanks to a well-traced itinerary. Along the way you will find numerous manor houses such as villa Tauro alle Centenere, villa Muffoni and villa Avogadro degli Azzoni, currently the seat of the Ethnographic Museum of Seravella. In recent years the Museum has developed the project "Ancient roses in the villa", in May you can participate in numerous themed events.
Cesiomaggiore known as the "bicycle town" has named the streets of the center to cycling champions of the past. Do not miss a visit to the historical bicycle museum which exhibits more than 170 unique pieces, some dating back more than 150 years ago.